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Atlantic Trust adds senior appointment in Boston


Atlantic Trust, the private wealth management division of Invesco Ltd, has appointed J Timothy Delaney as a Senior Vice President and Senior Relationship Manager in the firm’s Boston office.

"Adding Tim Delaney to our team exemplifies our ongoing commitment to hiring the best talent across the firm," says Jack Markwalter, Atlantic Trust Chairman and CEO. "New England is an important market for us, and we are committed to continuing to build our brand and expand our presence there. Tim’s presence will further enhance our ability to provide our clients with excellent service and tailored investment solutions."

The addition of Delaney marks the firm’s 20th client service professional to join Atlantic Trust in the past two years. Boston is the firm’s largest office, home to 40 client service and business development professionals and 15 investment managers and analysts. The Boston office had more than USD4.9 billion in assets under management as of 31 January, 2012.

Delaney brings more than 15 years of industry experience to Atlantic Trust. His previous role was with Pillar Financial Advisers, Inc, where he worked as the investment manager for the firm’s high-net-worth clients, as a relationship manager for several key accounts, and as head of the investment committee. Previously, Delaney was a principal and senior portfolio manager with Lowell, Blake and Associates. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Fairfield University, a Master of Science in finance from Northeastern University and a certificate in financial planning from Boston University.

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